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Golf Course Additions Gain Discussion
05/19/2017

(KMZA)--Permission is being sought to construct a storage building at Seneca’s Spring Creek Golf Course and for the installation of speed limit signs. 

Resident Jeff Conner met with the Seneca City Council Wednesday evening to make the requests.

Conner requested permission to build a 36 by 60-foot storage building for his possessions and the belongings of others that live on the property surrounding the golf course.  He said he would put up the building at his cost and wants to lease the property from the city for 15 years.  At the end of the lease, the building would become the property of the city.

Conner also requested that speed limit signs be posted at the golf course, saying there are several families with small children who live on the property.

Mayor Joe Mitchell referred the requests to a committee for discussion and a recommendation to the Council.

 

 

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